I'll start by saying "we've" had an unfortunate week regarding electricals. Firstly my television went click and then went to silicon hell.
And today my girlfriends television has decided that it doesn't want to play ball. Whilst looking for a new TV I came across the below article:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1187190/EU-law-gives-consumers-year-guarantee-goods-kept-secret-retailers.html
Where it states:
EU law creates a minimum period of two years in which a faulty product can be returned, and in England and Wales the figure is six years.
Coincidently, my girlfriends TV is a technika, sounds a similar price to that of the article too.
My Television is/was a 32in Evesham. I bought it with a glass tv stand a few years ago, it was advertised on here, had 0% but unfortunately the company went bust but someone took over the finance and warranties.
So I'm looking for advise on what to do.
With my GF's do I ring trading standards and get my facts right before marching in there like a little mouse and squeeking at the duty CSR politely?
Mine, I don't know, I'm going to search HUKD for the tv i bought way back when, and see if i can get it covered, and repaired for free